Thalapathy Vijay’s Varisu, Silambarsan TR did not charge any money;

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Thalapathy Vijay's Varisu, Silambarsan

Thalapathy Vijay’s Varisu, Silambarsan TR did not charge any money;

As Silambarsan TR’s decision to not get payment for Varisu wins admiration, consider a few celebrities who have also performed unpaid work in movies.

Thalapathy One of the most anticipated movies of the year is Vijay’s Varisu, which is getting ready for its major holiday release on Pongal/Sankranti. The producers held a lavish pre-release event on Saturday, which was attended by thousands of fans in addition to the actors and crew. Everything about the event, including Vijay’s address and live performances by Thaman and Anirudh, became the buzz of the town. The fact that Silambarsan TR does not charge anything at all is now another intriguing aspect of Varisu.

Silambarsan TR did not receive payment for contributing his voice to the movie and singing Varisu’s second song, “Thee Thalapathy.” Yes, absolutely no compensation. The multidimensional Tamil celebrity made this significant gift out of affection for S Thaman, a composer of music, and Vijay.


Thalapathy At the audio launch, Vijay shared this thrilling bit of information, winning over even more supporters. At the occasion, the actor said that Simbu’s gesture moved him. Additionally, Vijay expressed his gratitude to Silambarasan TR for performing the song Thee Thalapathy in his honour. “Simbu, Simbu, Simbu, I am truly affected. Thank you so much,” exclaimed Vijay. Later, he sang the song Ranjithame and wished his admirers in the song’s manner.

Rashmika Mandanna will star with Vijay in Varisu, which was directed by Vamshi Paidipally. Prakash Raj, Prabhu, Sarathkumar, Shaam, Khushbu, Sangeetha, Yogi Babu, and Samyuktha will play supporting parts. Varisu, a movie produced by Dil Raju and Sirish under the banner of Sri Venkateswara Creations, is scheduled to hit theatres on January 12 and will compete there with Ajith Kumar’s Thunivu.

Working for free has both benefits and drawbacks, as of late. Actors are now available for jobs regardless of language, role, or rivalry. Since the epidemic, a number of well-known people in the film business have given their time for free to major films with superstar leads out of love and respect. A few provided voices, some appeared in cameo roles, etc.



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